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Trapezoids and natural stone

„Venis“, by Val-Tile Company.

(August 2013) A mere hand-full of elements but thanks to the sheer endless variety of hues and structures within one type of stone, the possibilities of mixing and matching them is endless as well.

The stone is light and dark slate respectively separated by wooden, steel, glass or leather trim.

For its „Venis“ collection, Italy’s Val-Tile Company chose two types of trapezoid shapes. The stone is light and dark slate respectively separated by wooden, steel, glass or leather trim.

Combined, the ensuing rectangular wall cladding seems to be intersected diagonally.

 The trim is available in a variety of laser-worked wooden surface structures.

The trim is available in a variety of laser-worked wooden surface structures. Adding pigments gives an extra variety.

 An interesting additional effect can be achieved by inserting normal tiles between the stone plates.

An interesting additional effect can be achieved by inserting normal tiles between the stone plates.

Val-Tile is quick to add that architects’ individual ideas can be realized as well to produce a unique surface décor for clients.

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Photos: Val-Tile

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https://www.stone-ideas.com/2012/01/01/design-lichtaugen-im-marmor/

 

 

 

 

(13.08.2013) (USA: 08.13.2013)